Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
Next-Generation Analytical Platform Accelerates Analysis of Trace Elements for Routine Laboratory Applications
May 15 2020 Read 773 Times
Scientists no longer need to limit routine trace element analysis workflow productivity with the launch of a new series of inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES) instruments for food and beverage, consumer safety, industrial, environmental and pharmaceutical laboratories.
The Thermo Scientific™ iCAP™ PRO Series ICP-OES platform is designed to provide a fast, sensitive range of trace element analysis solutions capable of capturing the complete spectrum of high matrix samples in a single run, improving workflow productivity and reducing analysis costs.
From standby to start-up in just five minutes, the new instruments reduce gas consumption within a vertical dual-purged optical pathway interface that has lower installation requirements due to its standard wall socket and low extraction flow rate.
Key benefits of using the iCAP PRO Series ICP-OES instruments include:
- Reducing the number of measurements per run to obtain a complete spectrum through the combination of a single optical slit and a charge injection device detector, delivering increased analysis speeds and readout in a reduced time frame
- Maximising instrument uptime with fast start-up, making analysis possible after just five minutes
- Minimal recalibration of the instrument as a result of highly stable optics and polychromator
The launch of the iCAP PRO Series ICP-OES platform helps laboratories bypass traditional sample preparation requirements and the need to undertake multiple measurements, providing a range of trace element analysis solutions that enhance workflow productivity and reduce cost-per-sample.
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